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Russia is giving these dangerous anti-aircraft missiles to India, enemy fighter jets and attack helicopters will be destroyed in seconds.

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Igla-S missile.

India has signed a big defense deal with Russia to destroy enemies like China and Pakistan on the border itself. Russia is now going to provide updated Igna-S anti-aircraft missile to India. Soldiers will be able to operate it by hand only. This is a very light and fast striking missile. With this missile, enemy fighter jets and attack helicopters will be destroyed within seconds at the border itself. Any soldier will be able to fire it with the help of his shoulder. Its range will be up to 6 kilometers. Within this radius, all enemy fighter planes and attack helicopters can be shot down. The Indian Army will deploy these missiles on the border of China and Pakistan.

India is making this deal with Russia to increase the combat capability of the military units deployed on the front fronts. We are in the process of purchasing a batch of anti-aircraft Igla-S missiles, which can be easily fired by hand. Officials gave this information on Tuesday. He said India is also considering production of Russian missile systems in the country under the ‘Make-in-India’ initiative. The Army, Navy and Air Force already have Igla missiles. Now its updated version is being imported from Russia. This will increase the capability of the army.

the enemies are no longer in trouble

If this anti-aircraft missile goes into the hands of the soldiers deployed on the border, their strength will increase manifold. With this, the soldiers will destroy the enemy fighter planes as soon as they enter the border. Let us tell you that Igla is a ‘Man Portable Air Defense System’ (MANPADS) which is used to shoot down enemy aircraft and helicopters. The range of this missile is up to six kilometers. Officials said India had struck a deal with Russia about five months ago to procure a consignment of the latest version of the Igla-S missile for the army. The new weapons will replace the Igla missiles that were inducted into the army in the early 1990s. Information regarding the number of missiles being purchased is not available. (Language)

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